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December 6th, 2004


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02:55 pm - And the band plays on, inside my head, where the window looks out on asphalt.
Thanks to blackthornglade for a nifty quiz:

Your Room

The Window: Your Attitude

Your choice of the winding road reveals a personality who has direction but may be an inveterate wanderer. You are a loner by nature, but take great pleasure in the beauties which lie on each side of you. Your favorite song is "The long and winding road" by the Beatles. No matter how low you get, you always know there is a corresponding upside. Even descending into the black asphalt of life you manage to grasp a benefit. You now speak "valley talk" fluently like. In your dreams you may be given to watching tacky reruns of Green Acres and yearning for Eva Gabor's jewels.

Click to Play! The Music: Your Lover

Your love ranges from the passion of Beethoven to the delicate beauty of Pachebal. Your relationship is based on an enduring trust and classical balance that helps you both rise to the highest level of understanding.

The Pictures: Your Relationships

Revealing a conservative but potentially dangerously status seeking person who may have rejected friends and family in favor of work and study. May exhibit workaholic symptoms such as shunning holidays, (eg. no vacation photos) burying himself/herself in paperwork, and filling walls with self-imporrtant accolades like University degrees. However the converse may also be true, and the choice of the Document Frame may quite poignantly reflect a generous and intelligent individual who is so accomplished in the academic world, and so satiated with emotional love in the personal realm, that he/she simply exhibits their achievements with confidence and well-deserved pride.

The Garbage: Your Problems

How do you hide your problems in a wired world? You don't. The skeletal structure of your handsome wiry body precludes many types of problems, which is not to say that the problems don't exist but that your problems tend to be handled by others who are more capable and water-resistant than you. Avoidance and the cubicle mentality is your sphere. Paper, paperclips, an errant pop can - the entrails of office life pass through you.

The Clock: Your Future

Your future is marked by exploration and safari adventures taking you to warmer climates. With a childlike exuberance and naivete, your sense of playfulness may find expression in the composition of rhymes and riddles involving cats, mice, zebras and horses. But your grown-up sense of fair-play demands that you use resources wisely. Recycling is an integral part of your future.

click here to take this quiz
Current Mood: curiouscurious
Current Music: "Buttermilk Grove", -JB
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From:ceolnamara
Date:December 6th, 2004 12:53 pm (UTC)
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hmm, i chose two of the four you chose, but which? ;-) I'll leave it for you to guess.

i'll be dropping something off for you tomorrow.
From:ceolnamara
Date:December 6th, 2004 12:54 pm (UTC)
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i guess i can't count. err, two of the five.
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From:autumnfey
Date:December 6th, 2004 02:33 pm (UTC)
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Didn't pick any in common . . . interesting but not surprising, but how did you get the pictures in your post? When I cut and paste I only got the text.
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From:chronarchy
Date:December 6th, 2004 03:11 pm (UTC)
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I got the picture source (right click, choose properties, and copy the entire url) or else you can view the pic alone and get the URL that way.

Then I linked the pic: <img src="http://www.chronarchy.com/images/eris-ogham.jpg"> will show this, for instance:



If you want to align it with the text, put it along the top and then put (after the closing "'s, before the closing &rt;) align=right and that will align it to the right of the text. Make sure to leave a space between the closed quote and the word "align".

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